Nutrition and Race Activism
Many know that “you can’t eat freedom”.
A “food soldier” is a person who fights for something many of us take for granted: widespread, consistent access to good nutrition. Dig into the stories of those who have made it their life’s work to ensure everyone has the ability to meet the most basic of necessities.
Food soldiers arm themselves with evidence from agricultural and domestic science. They build their defenses one market garden at a time. They ally with grassroots activists, philanthropists, and policy makers to support their cause. Past action informs them, and they inspire others to use knowledge of nutrition to build a better nation.
Join us for a pop-up exhibit in Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation to examine the impact of these important activists. And to experience this pop-up exhibit from home, visit our blog to learn more.
Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation
|General Admission (12-61)||Free||$32.00|
|Children (4 & Under)||Free||Free|
* Ticket prices are subject to change.